Originally Posted by Obakemono
SO an AMD engineer goes over to the client guys and asks them directly if BD will run/fit/work/whatever on an AM3 socket and he came back and said no. And no, I won't need any seating reservations for your crow stew, as in a different post I "speculated" that the BD cpu package could come in two different pin configs, so I covered my bases.
Show me where an AMD Engineer has stated this.
Last I saw..
JF-AMD has only stated that .. AMD will not support BD Chips on 800 series chipsets
He never said, that it will not work. He just stated that AMD will not support people who do it.
AMD said the same thing, last year, about Core Unlocking; when they REMOVED the capality to do so, last year, from the 800 series chipsets...
But guess what!
The Motherboard manufacturers said..
"Oh yea? We'll show you! We're just going to add our OWN core unlockng features and we'll get better sales!"
-- and they did!
So please, since you know oh so much about Zambezi, since.. obviously you must have a Zambezi so you know for an aboslute FACT that it is not physically possible to do what Asus says they are doing...
Then please, show us your proof!
I dare you.
Show us pictures of your Zambezi with the pin configuration on it.Edited by cjc75 - 3/16/11 at 4:34pm